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June 5th, 2015, 07:53 PM
First, I think its great that you're even thinking about your child potentially not being cisgender. (That's when you have girl parts and feel that you are a girl for those who might not know. Vice...
February 16th, 2015, 11:55 AM
Out of your choices, my favorites are Parker, Sawyer, and Garrett. Since your husband isn't a fan of unisex names, that would leave the choice of Garrett since Parker and Sawyer are being given to...
December 3rd, 2014, 11:18 PM
I have the exact same issue. My 3 syllable name ends in "A", but somehow, many people end up shortening it to the 2 syllable version ending in "E". Mostly its the Starbucks...
July 7th, 2014, 11:24 PM
In middle school I knew twin boys named Christian and Christopher. Both went by Chris.
I would only think of the drug if someone mentioned it. My first thought is the character of Molly the doll from The Big Comfy Couch. I've also known more dogs named Molly than I care to count. I do...
Do you think that a name has a gender? - Sometimes, yes. It depends on the name. As other posters have said, in many cultures, names are either one gender or the other. There is also the historic...
November 7th, 2013, 12:19 AM
So my SO and I are not married, but we plan to be. He just had a lovely second cousin (girl) born last month. The issue? Her middle name, let's just say "Jane", is what we have...
August 23rd, 2013, 11:50 AM
If you really like Icarus, then go for it. Obviously, the Icky nickname is possible, but so is the "cooler" nickname Iggy. Maybe he'll prefer to go by his initials, maybe he'll be a fast runner and...
If you are ok with the Zelda and Hairspray associations, then go for it. That's what its all about right? Picking a name that works for you and your family regardless of other opinions. However, I...
Souther. It actually means "from the South" and is just "Southern" without the "n" if you want to go literal.
February 22nd, 2013, 09:27 PM
What about Ursa (as in Ursa Major) as a middle name? Polaris (the North Star) is more unusual, but in keep with your constellation theme. Sirius is another one, but these days would probably be...
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